Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Video Smörgåsbord - Over 100 Classics are "Live"

I'm delighted to report that my website— —now offers over 100 classic video interviews! Best of all the entertainment is FREE to all visitors, and that's got to be one of the best bargains on the web.

New additions to the site include my interviews with the great Neil Simon; Watergate star witness John Dean; Marla Hanson (who discusses her remarable facial surgery after the horrific razor attack in NYC in 1986); and Jeff Smith, the famous Frugal Gourmet. In addition we've got a special Father's Day Show with Jack Lemmon, Bill Boggs, Jr., David Brenner, Lou Brenner, Frank Perdue, Jim Purdue, John Cullum, Bernard Hughes, and Gil De Lamadrid.

I invite you to visit the site and explore our huge archive of clips. And while you're there be sure to bookmark the front page as we're constantly adding new videos.

Indeed, here are just some of the celebrities waiting in the wings:

Mary Martin, Dion Warwick, Peter Allen, Oscar Brown, Jr., Mark Benecke, Lillian Gish, and Helen Hayes, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Marvin Hamlisch, Gene Wilder, Frank Zappa, and Ralph Nader.


Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Betty White Rides Again!

Betty White has been a star for many years, but now in her late 80s her career has skyrocked since guest-hosting Saturday Night Live.

We've just added my classic interview with the comic actress at and I'm delighted to present it here for readers of this blog & fans of Betty—enjoy!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Speaking News & TV Notes

On Monday, September 20, I will be delivering a keynote address at
The Rotary Club of New York at the Harvard Club in Manhattan. The theme is GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO GET WHERE YOU WANT TO GO IN LIFE? I'll sign books and do Q & A as part of the luncheon.

On Wednesday, September 15th, I will be interviewing "Queen of
Swing," Norma Miller" at Harlem's historic Lennox Lounge. Norma is
recognized as the greatest living swing dancer and a pioneer of that
dance form. She is the subject of a brilliant new documentary "Queen
of Swing," by the acclaimed director, John Biffar. The interview is
for the national PBS show MY GENERATION, for which I am correspondent.

In addition to her work as a dancer, Norma played a key role in
helping to break down barriers facing black performers alongside her
contemporaries Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong and Sammy Davis, Jr.